Some Feeding Photos

Jmugleston

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I am not sure if these are appreciated or not. I tried to photograph them in a manner that showcased the snake and keep it in good taste.
B. constrictor occidentalis


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Ashphetamine

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!!!!!!!!!!
What is that beautiful gray snake!



Also, these are wonderful photos- but they make me miss my python :(

:D Thanks for sharing!
 

KnightinGale

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Wow, beautiful. Anyway, I think that anybody that appreciates snakes must appreciate that they must eat and also what they must eat. I don't believe in feeding anything to anything else for the "coolness" factor of it, but I find it really interesting to watch almost any animal eat its natural food (I even like watching the insects, that I later feed to my tarantulas, eat their food. Then I watch the tarantulas eat. :) )
 

Jmugleston

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are you feeding them frozen/thawed? or live?
F/T. With a few exceptions of pink mice for stubborn gray bands, I haven't used live in years. Everything get f/t whether it is quail, mice, rats, rabbits, or chickens. Safer, easier, and a freezer full smells much better than a garage full of feeders.
 

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great answer....i hate when people think its cool to feed live to their snakes.....so much healthier...no parasites, no biting, infections....here is a pic of my hypo pastel red tail boa, and here is the best boa website ever......www.redtailboas.com

F/T. With a few exceptions of pink mice for stubborn gray bands, I haven't used live in years. Everything get f/t whether it is quail, mice, rats, rabbits, or chickens. Safer, easier, and a freezer full smells much better than a garage full of feeders.
 
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